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Jan 31

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Brad Paisley compares hats with Pharrell and Taylor Swift hangs with Lorde at the GRAMMY Awards; Dierks Bentley is jealous of Blake Shelton’s GRAMMY performance with Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson; and Ringo Starr meets up with some of his country music heroes. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Brad Paisley & Pharrell at the GRAMMYs

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/BradPaisley.

Brad Paisley – BradPaisley: Hat acts. Me & @pharrell – ‘cept his has its own twitter account. Mine is not that savvy.

Dierks Bentley – DierksBentley: the happiest person on the planet right now is @blakeshelton. jealous as hell!!!!

Blake Shelton – BlakeShelton: Still on a high after that performance last night…. For lots of reasons.

Ringo Starr hangs with some of his heroes

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/ringostarrmusic.

Ringo Starr – RingoStarrMusic: Hanging out at the Grammys with some of my all-time heroes peace and love R***

Keith UrbanKeithUrban: Hey @GaryClarkJr you’re a bad ass and I thank you for jammin with us!!! – KU

Kelly ClarksonKelly_Clarkson: It’s so weird but me and my husband look just like Beyoncé & Jay Z when we’re dancing and grinding. Timberlake was right #mirrors #crazyhot

Lorde with Taylor Swift at the GRAMMYs

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/taylorswift13.

Taylor Swift – TaylorSwift13: And you know… We’re on each other’s team. #LORDE #CLEANINGUP #GRAMMYs

Charlie DanielsCharlieDaniels: Rest in peace Pete Seeger, you made a difference.

LeAnn RimesLeAnnRimes: Praying for the south. This snow and ice is crazy. #mothernature

 

Jake Owen with daughter Pearl

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/jakeowen.

Jake OwenJakeOwen: Best part of having a kid.. Re-living your youth.. Pearl and I playing hide and seek at lunch

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